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Interest Age 11+ Reading Age 8+. With a gripping fictional narrative coupled with loads of fun facts, this book is a great way to get reluctant readers reading and may also then entice them into reading full-blown fiction too. With illustrations on virtually every page here in Killer Clone, the reader will learn lots about cloning and DNA as the story unravels to reveal the real killer from the 30 identical clones that could have undertaken the murder.
It's 2036. Cloned humans are used as slaves to do the jobs no one wants. There's been a brutal murder and there are 30 suspects, all with the same DNA. Zac Taylor, PI, has his work cut out ... Futuristic noir-style detective story investigating the politics of cloning and the science of crime detection.
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|Publication date:||15th September 2009|
|Author:||Steve Barlow, Steve Skidmore|
|Publisher:||Barrington Stoke Ltd|
|Suitable for:||11+ readers|
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